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- 10/17/15--09:08: PreSonus Ships Studio 192 Audio Interface and Studio Command Center
- 10/19/15--03:12: Studio Sweet Spot: All Welcome Records – Inglewood, CA
- 10/19/15--21:47: Mackie Announces CRBT Bluetooth Monitors
- 10/27/15--07:06: SonicScoop’s AES 2015 Preview and Highlights
- 10/28/15--09:42: Software Review: Boom Library’s Virtual Foley Artist
- 10/29/15--03:30: Get “That” Guitar Tone: Foo Fighters Edition
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- 10/21/14--07:20: An Assistant Engineer’s Guide to Assisting Engineers (and Producers)
PureMix Online is yet another great online resource for audio engineering tips and methods for those that want to gain skills typically acquired through hands-on experience in professional studios.
Borrowing build from their original Headload guitar amp load box, the Headload Prodigy essentially brings the same tech to the more portable DI format.
It’s our favorite time of year again at SonicScoop: AES TIME!
Once again, our own Justin Colletti will be hosting the Platinum Engineers Panel, and If it’s anything like prior years, we’re expecting the room to fill to capacity, with standing room only left in the back for latecomers. … Read More
Heard City is now among the pioneering audio post-production companies providing virtual reality (VR) audio services.
Quick Lesson: 3D audio involves placement of sound sources anywhere in a perceived 3-dimensional space, including behind, above, or below the listener.
VR provides new ways to tell … Read More
You can get more than ever into a small space.
Case in point is the new PreSonus Studio 192 USB 3.0 Audio Interface and Studio Command Center. A 26×32 interface that can record at up to 192 kHz, it provides 8 Class a solid-state mic preamps and Burr-Brown converters … Read More
R E S P E C T — find out what it means to sound.
For those who may have missed it, Mackie released two new monitors – both with 100% more Bluetooth.
Talking with an artist about their songs is an exercise that’s fraught with the potential to create distance between a producer and a songwriter. But it can also be a way to solidify that bond while making better music.
Though some songs may benefit … Read More
In November 2014, when Universal Audio announced that it would release a new software version of the Manley Variable Mu compressor, SonicScoop quickly covered this new design with in-depth behind the scenes story called “How the Emulation Is Made”.
Now, … Read More
One of the worlds leading web development platforms, Wix.com has integrated a fully featured music distribution platform into their site builder.
Originally developed by Jack Wilson in 1958, the Super Cube quickly became one of the most iconic reference monitors in the audio industry.
The original one-way, zero crossover reference monitors weren’t the most accurate or transparent on the market, but they could produce a very linear representation of whatever was … Read More
This year, the Audio Engineering Society is back in New York City, bringing the 139th International AES Convention to the Big Apple from October 29th to November 1st.
Whether you’ll be there to learn, buy, sell, network, or just socialize, there’s reason to expect that the 139th will be a … Read More
Anyone who works with sound for picture is probably familiar with Boom Library’s collection of sound FX libraries.
Boom Library products cover a vast array of sounds and environments, with specialized packages filled with cues for guns, cars, horses, nature, creatures and even a … Read More
A guitar player doesn’t have to be a storied virtuoso to deliver a great tone that countless musicians and fans seek to emulate—or to simply keep in their ears as an extremely useful reference point when they’re in the studio.
For a huge number of younger rock musicians and fans, … Read More
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This was a memorable weekend to be in New York City. The Mets were embroiled in the World Series, the NYC Marathon powered through all five boroughs, and Halloween fell on a Saturday night, capped by the famed traffic-snarling West Village parade. And, oh yes, there was AES.
Yesterday, we shared our massive photo review of the best and most innovative new gear of the 2015 AES convention. Today, we’d like to share a few pics from some of the coolest panels and hottest afterparties.
First, we’ll start with some picks from AES’ official event photos, and then … Read More
The major addition to the new MicroBook IIc is the USB audio class compliance allowing compatibility with iOS devices. What does this mean for us? Cutting the laptop out of the mobile equation for … Read More
No matter what kind of music you produce, Universal Audio’s launch of UAD Software v8.4 and the four accompanying new plugins for UAD-2 DSP Accelerators and Apollo have got you covered.
So, you’ve finally made it! Congratulations. You’re no longer “the intern”. You won’t be getting everyone’s coffee, picking up lunch orders, vacuuming the live room, and doing other menial chores all day, right? NOT SO FAST. Get ready for longer hours, little pay, and a lot more work. If you’re new to the assisting gig, […]